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Jack Del Rio Earns New DealThe Oakland Raiders rewarded coach Jack Del Rio with a new four-year contract Friday, replacing the original four-year deal he received when he took the job in January 2015.
Vegas Raiders Committee Meets After Major Investors BoltThe group that's overseeing the proposal to build a new stadium for the Raiders in Las Vegas met for the first time Thursday, since the deal’s major financial backers pulled out.
Raiders' Mack Named AP Defensive Player Of The YearOakland's All-Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack has won the 2016 Associated Press NFL Defensive Player of the Year award, edging last season's Super Bowl MVP, Von Miller, by one vote.
Raiders Returning To Mexico To Host 2017 Regular Season Game vs. New EnglandThe Oakland Raiders will return to Mexico City for a regular season game in 2017 with a matchup against the New England Patriots, the National Football League commissioner announced Wednesday.
Source: Goldman Sachs Leaving Raiders Las Vegas DealA source at Goldman Sachs told KCBS Tuesday that the Wall Street investment giant is no longer going to put up $650 million to help Raiders owner Mark Davis leave Oakland.
Casino Mogul Adelson Backs Out Of Raiders Las Vegas Stadium DealCasino mogul Sheldon Adelson has pulled out of a plan to build a $1.9 billion domed stadium for the NFL's Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas.
Raiders Officially File To Move To Las Vegas The Oakland Raiders have officially filed paperwork with the National Football League to relocate the franchise to Las Vegas, according to a Clark County Commissioner.
Oakland QB Derek Carr Helps Locate Abducted ChildOakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr maybe sidelined by a broken leg, but that didn’t stop him from helping Oakland police locate a child who was abducted last week.
Raiders Look To Build On 1st Playoff Berth In 14 YearsThe meticulous rebuilding job in Oakland crashed as soon as quarterback Derek Carr broke his right leg in the penultimate game of the regular season.
Carr Wonders 'What if?' After Raiders Playoff Loss As the playoffs played in the background, the Oakland Raiders packed their bags, said their goodbyes and began an offseason that started far sooner than they had hoped .
Raiders Season In Review: Oakland Looks At What Might Have BeenCruising into the playoffs with potentially even the top seed in the AFC, Oakland (12-5) saw its magical carpet ride come to a crashing end in the form of a broken right fibula for quarterback and MVP candidate Derek Carr in the second half of its win over Indianapolis on Dec. 24.
Texans Shutdown Injury-Ravaged Raiders In AFC WildcardBrock Osweiler finally looked like the player Houston spent $72 million on, throwing for a touchdown and running for another to lead the Texans to a 27-14 wild-card playoff win over the Oakland Raiders on Saturday.

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